Praslin Island is truly breath-taking and mostly known for the beautiful beach Anse Lazio and the world famous Vallée de Mai. But one can do some fantastic over on this second largest island of the inner islands. There are only three Dive Centres on the island so your diving won't feel like cattle diving but more as a special experience to really impress and to remember. The relatively shallow waters around Praslin are ideal for all level of divers. But dive cracks will surely find some more challenging dives between the channels. We did those and loved it. And best of all are the moments on the beaches of Praslin after the diving! And as expensive as diving in Seychelles sounds, it doesn’t have to be. So get in touch with us for information.

Laurier Guest House www.laurier-seychelles.com

Le Tropique Villa www.tropiquevilla.com

Le Grand Bleu www.seychelles.net/gbleu

Cap Jean Marie Villa www.capjeanmarie.sc

Bernique www.berniqueguesthouse.com

Le Jardin Marron www.jardinmarron.com

La Vanille Guest House www.lavanille.free.fr

Chalets Cote de Mer www.chaletcotemer.com
Colibri Praslin  www.colibrisweethome.com

Octopus Divers

www.octopusdiver.com

White Tip Divers

www.whitetipdivers.com

Hawksbill Dive Centre www.hawksbilldivecenter.com

Waters are calmest during the months of March, April and May and September, October and November. During these months visibility can reach a staggering 30m and with water temperatures reaching 29 degrees it makes for a very pleasant and relaxed diving experience.

First fly into the Mahe International Airport (Airport Code MAH) on the main Seychelles island of Mahe. Emirates flies from Europe via Dubai to Mahe International Airport on a regular basis.

Praslin can then be reached by a short 15 minutes flight through Air Seychelles (www.airseychelles.com). Or by the Cat Cocos Ferry service (www.cat-cocos-seychelles.com).

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